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Author Salazar, Donna Lynn
Title Defining fear and aggression: Typological emotive responses to perceptions of textual symbols
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Descript 150 p
Note Source: Masters Abstracts International, Volume: 48-06, page: 3882
Adviser: Alejandro del Carmen
Thesis (M.A.)--The University of Texas at Arlington, 2010
Millennial technology has shed new light on early biological theories of crime. Recent evidence supports a new paradigm in criminological research designed to embrace an integration of neuro-scientific, psychological, and sociological theories in order to understand the multi-dimensional characteristics of causality involved in criminal behavior. The current study explores the value of an integrated approach to define typological fear and aggression emotive responses utilizing symbolic interaction as the mechanism by which the various disciplines interact. Through perceptions of emotionally charged textual symbols, typological representations of fear and aggression, and a 3-Part electronic survey instrument, the study reveals support for an integrated approach, variations in perceptions between non-white and white respondents, as well as possibilities that some respondents may not recognize emotional trigger symbols
School code: 2502
Host Item Masters Abstracts International 48-06
Subject Psychology, Social
Psychology, Behavioral Sciences
Sociology, Ethnic and Racial Studies
0451
0602
0631
Alt Author The University of Texas at Arlington. Criminology & Criminal Justice
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